Amazingly good food & wine, all from within the province of Rome, in a fabulous location. Really stands out in an area where it is quite easy to have a bad meal and encounter some cynical practice in the restaurant trade. Between two we ate the best puntarelle (a Roman green vegetable which is prepared with anchovies) I've had in a restaurant, fabulous octopus salad, cacio pepe pasta with chicoria and saltimbocca, made with suckling pig rather than veal. All fabulous. Wine was a bargain at 12 euros/bottle. We went with our one-year-old in a stroller: staff were charming and accommodating. We went back next day to get a takeaway, which was equally good and we ate on the terrace of our hotel: good to know they do that because I can see this place being queued round the block at a busier time of the year. Two starters, one pasta and one meat main, a shared dessert, coffee and water worked out at 80 euros total, so 40 euros/head.
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